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Are the Titans on a tear?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SEC 330 BIPOLAR, Dec 10, 2006.

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Are the Titans on a tear?

Poll closed Jan 9, 2007.
yes 13 vote(s) 81.3%
no 0 vote(s) 0.0%
unsure 3 vote(s) 18.8%
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  1. Blazing Arrow The 12th man

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    They have all season. I think these "odds makers" are Jag fans
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    Gunny Lord and Master

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    They were still favourite.
  2. GoTitans3801 Forward Progress!

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    Projected result of the game- Texans by one. That makes us underdogs.
  3. Riverman Raise the Wrath

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    luck-> schmuck. You are what you are.

    It's a tear- no doubt.
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    There are three very basic types of tear:

    1. Basal tear: In healthy mammalian eyes, the cornea is continually kept wet and nourished by basal tears. They lubricate the eye and help to keep it clear of dust. Tear fluid contains water, mucin, lipids, lysozyme, lactoferrin, lipocalin, lacritin, immunoglobulins, glucose, urea, sodium, and potassium. Some of the substances in lacrimal fluid fight against bacterial infection as a part of the immune system.
    2. Reflex tear: The second type of tears results from irritation to the eye by foreign particles, or substances such as onion vapors, tear gas or pepper spray. These reflex tears attempt to wash out irritants that may have come into contact with the eye.
    3. Crying or weeping: The third category, generally referred to as crying or weeping, is increased lacrimation due to strong emotional stress, depression or physical pain. This practice is not restricted to negative emotions; many people have been known to cry when extremely happy or when they are laughing. In humans, emotional tears can be accompanied by reddening of the face and sobbing — cough-like, convulsive breathing, sometimes involving spasms of the whole upper body. Tears brought about by emotions have a different chemical make up than those for lubrication.
  5. Starkiller 9

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    I'm not sure it counts as a tear it they are all close (at least the last 3). It's not like we are winning big...

    Still, 4 straight wins is huge. And the last 3 have all been exciting, that's for sure!
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    The team that just "tore us a new one" earlier this year is coming to town. We will see if we are really improved.
  7. moose4now Starter

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    That being said, not only are we are doing this with a rookie QB, but back in 1999 we won a lot of games by seven or less.

    And, that season we "tore" ourselves all the way to the Super Bowl.
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    im pretty sure the dolts won 4 stright seeing there 10-3
  9. PitBull Bred to Brawl

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    the dolts won 9 in a row.
    Ratbirds won 4 in a row, and lost twice then won another 5 in a row.
    They're talking about the current streak..
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